We all get lost from time to time, whether you just lose parts of yourself or you have lost all of yourself that you have previously known. Personally I lost a lot of myself for a few years when I moved home to recover and transition. It has taken me upwards of three years to … Continue reading Finding Yourself In Times of Transition
Everyone seems to think that with enough hard work and enough time that one day I will miraculously wake up fully recovered. the reality is that I will have to maintain my dexterity, strength and range of motion for the rest of my alive days on this Earth, unless I want to backslide and revert … Continue reading Choosing A life Dedicated To Recovery
we all burn out at one point or another it's inevitable, but how do you deal with it? #recovery #burnout #needsleep
sometimes we do not know how to handle the situations at hand. below covers my favorite technique with a couple of personal examples. #genderdysphoria #mentalhealth #recovery #youarenotalone
In a few days I get the wonderful opportunity to celebrate the date of my paralysis and the increase over all these years of my chronic pain. Well that was an extremely dark intro and while yes I may be celebrating those things there is no one thing that has led to more personal growth, … Continue reading My 5th Anniversary
I know I have been AWOL for a while and just wanted to give you guys an update and a bit of a seasons greetings
I cannot believe I have been on this medical journey for a year already. Even with the emotional rollercoaster of estrogen this has been one of the best experiences in my life.
addison's Experience with tdor 2018
If you're reading this right now there is a chance that you're wondering what the next step to living your authentic and potentially less boring life. I get it every step I took between childhood and now was on for safety and to position my now disowned family further away so I could be as … Continue reading Break Through Societies Norms and Be Yourself
do not end up injuring yourself more focus on your rest just as much as your recovery.